Brits have a very unique self-deprecating sense of humor that Americans can’t quite seem to grasp,” shares Ruaridh, who’s from London.James, also from London, has experienced the same: “American women have a cleaner sense of humor.Europe: a magical continent spanning from the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea, rich with various cultures, languages, and geography.Naturally, when stepping into any European country—be it Spain or Switzerland—as Americans, it's uncertain how we'll be viewed.Will we be seen as the loud Americans or the friendly Americans? And—if and when—we date men, what major differences will they see?Recently I wrote a piece about what it was like dating French men, asking various English-speaking women what the main differences were.They’re less likely to see the funny side of bad situations or see the funny side of making fun of other people.”That said, it just might be impossible to compete with sharp, iconic, quirky British humor of our British sisters.
They like to try new things, foods, and are interested to learn more about foreigners.She's usually louder than me and always the life of the party.”The three men I interviewed from the UK had a different perspective on the generalities of female American humor, however.“American women (and American people in general) seem to take themselves a lot more seriously than the British do.If you ask a European what their heritage is, you'll likely get one answer. [For instance], you'll quickly learn that they are 45 percent French-Canadian, 30 percent Danish, 15 percent Polish, and maybe 10 percent South African.It's fascinating to me to learn about the different parts of the world that are all part of the genealogy of one single person.
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One girlfriend surprised me with a weekend in Vermont on a whim, while another took me on an unplanned camping trip.”Men from other European nations agree that American women are willing to step outside of their comfort zones.